Whether you’re tuning in to cheer on the Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots, or really just want to see Justin Timberlake do his thing at halftime, one thing is for certain: Super Bowl Sunday is a perfect excuse for some drinks, delicious bites, and some celebrating.
While the Eagles and Patriots battle it out amongst hoard of fans in chilly Minneapolis, those in Los Angeles get to enjoy the game basked in glorious California sunshine. Only question is, where are you going to watch the game? From sports bars to hotel hot spots, here are some of our top picks for Super Bowl Sunday escapades—that is, if you want to leave your couch.
Everson Royce Bar in DTLA’s Arts District boasts both an outdoor and indoor scene, enough televisions to half-watch the game, and a menu filled with dishes you’ll happily munch on all night long.
For those eager for some beachside action, head to Big Dean’s Oceanfront Cafe. Boasting a large back area with numerous televisions and plenty of beer, Big Dean’s offers up a special spot for the big game.
The Greyhound may or may not have a particular team allegiance, but that’s what makes it so perfect for the one and only Super Bowl game. With a stunning number of beers on tap and crowd eager to cheer throughout the game, The Greyhound is a favorite for an unforgettable day.
Block Party, nestled in Highland Park, will be projecting the game in HD—a perfect element to supplement their vegan fare.
And then, of course, there is the Hollywood Roosevelt. Perfect for both the sports lover and foodie, head to 25 Degrees, dip in the pool at the Tropicana Pool & Cafe, or check out Public Kitchen & Bar for great ambiance and an even better meal.
No matter which team you root for, let the games and merry times begin!